Brewery Engineering- Undergraduate Minor
It has long been recognized that the study of chemical engineering is appropriate to the understanding of a vast range of concepts associated with the brewing industry. In 1935, an article by M. B. Donald described many of the fundamental process steps for which the BS degree in Chemical Engineering prepares a student to begin work in the industry. The following 18 credit hour minor of study is designed to prepare CHME students for careers in the brewing industry or as a craft brew entrepreneur as per the 4-year curriculum suggestions by the Master Brewer's Association of the Americas. Elective courses are to be selected from the lists and guidelines maintained on the Brewery Engineering minor of study webpage.
|CHME 395V||Brewing Science and Society||3|
|CHME 495||Brewing Science & Engineering||3|
|CHME 495 L||Brewing Science & Technology Lab||1|
|BIOL 311||General Microbiology||3|
|BIOL 311 L||General Microbiology Laboratory||2|
|BCHE 395||Biochemistry I||3|